Frontier Airlines adding new nonstop flight destinations out of Tampa for as low as $29

Posted at 5:31 AM, Oct 06, 2017

Frontier Airlines is offering 12 new nonstop destinations out of Tampa and to celebrate, fares will be as low as just 29 bucks.

The first, nonstop flights leave from Tampa International Airport on Friday to Minneapolis, Islip New York, and Providence. Saturday, Frontier will start flying to Colorado Springs and St. Louis. Even more cities will be added later this fall.

List of newly added Frontier airlines destinations:

  • Islip, N.Y. (ISP)
  • Minneapolis, Minn. (MSP) 
  • Colorado Springs, Co. (COS)
  • St. Louis, Mo. (STL) 
  • Providence, R.I. (PVD)
  • Buffalo, N.Y. (BUF)
  • Columbus, Ohio (CMH)
  • Indianapolis, Ind. (IND)
  • Kansas City, Mo. (MCI)
  • Milwaukee, Wis. (MKE)
  • Nashville, Tenn. (BNA)
  • Chicago-O'Hare (ORD) (Seasonal service)

"Today we introduce a new, more affordable way to travel for the Tampa community, to even more destinations," said Josh Flyr, vice president network planning Frontier Airlines. "We're offering not only amazing low fares, but a reliable and friendly service that allows customers to customize their travel experience to their needs and their budget. This empowers more people than ever before to fly. This is what our Low Fares Done Right philosophy is all about."

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